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Two Minutes With Morgan Spurlock: “Greatest Movie Ever Sold”

Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock strikes a pose, Park City.

Park Record, Scott Iwasaki’s article “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.”

Stay Classy Hollywood.

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2010 Sundance Film Festival, Over!

Michael Reed McLaughlin, a Sundance volunteer for 18 years, displays tickets stubs from the 11 movies he had seen this year.  Traveling to Park City from Hollywood, McLughlin is part of the volunteer corps that keeps the festival running.

Amy Goodman, executive producer and host of Pacifica radio’s “Democracy Now” makes a phone call prior to speaking at the “Saving Democracy: One Story at a Time,”  panel discussion Wednesday afternoon at the Sundance Film Makers Lodge on Main Street in Park City, UT.

Sundance Film Festival volunteer Dean Austin Murphy, right, is interviewed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, left, for hitrecord.org piece Wednesday afternoon on Main Street in Park City, UT.

Main Street Park City, UT.

Jeremy Fletcher, left and Kyle Pace, right, load theater seats into a moving truck Tuesday afternoon at the Prospector theater in Park City, UT.

 

 

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2010 Sundance Film Festival, Random Images

love it or hate it, Sundance is one of the coolest festivals in America.  Every year Hollywood celebrities, film directors, artist, musicians and posers gather in Park City, UT, to discuss cinema and inspire all who attend.  Here are some random images from the first weekend of Sundance.

Film Poster Kiosk on Main Street, Park City.

Egyptian Theater Main Street, Park City.

Photographers at “8: The Mormon Proposition” demonstration, Racquet Club Theater Park City, UT.

Sundancers  relax at the New Frontier on Main Street.

WTF, dog walking on Main Street.

Straight outta Draper (UT) crazy swag sistas pushing Sketchers!

Demonstrators rally for gay rights at the premier of “8: The Mormon Proposition” a documentary about Proposition 8, the California ballot measure against same-sex marriage Sunday Jan. 24 at the Racquet Club Theater Park City, UT.

Jan. 23 first weekend of Sundance Film Festival. Main Street, Park City.

Snow.

Ron Galella dodges the camera while promoting the film “Smash His Camera” at Gallery Mar on Main Street  in Park City, UT.  Widely regarded as the most famous and most controversial celebrity photographer in the world—he’s been dubbed “Paparazzo Extraordinaire” by Newsweek and “the Godfather of the U.S. paparazzi culture” by TIME

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2010 Sundance Film Festival

Sundance banners decorate Old Town Park City, Utah.

Cast and crew members of “A Short Film About Kissing,” Matt Firpo, Stephen Michael Simon, Sam Cohan, Brandon Kumer, KC Wright and Nan Webber prepare to film a scene Tuesday morning on Main Street Park City, UT.

Pipilotti Rist poses with her video/audio istallation “Lobe of Lung,” Thursday at New Frontier on Main Street in Park City, UT.

RAI Italian television host records a segment at Eric Gradman’s “Cloud Mirror,” installation at New Frontier on Main presented by HP and Sony.

Media listen to Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford and festival director John Cooper Thursday afternoon during the opening day press conference at the Egyptian Theater in Park City, UT.

Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper, left, and founder Robert Redford, right, speak Thursday afternoon during the opening day press conference at the Egyptian Theater in Park City, UT.

Mario Lopez records a segment for Extra Entertainment News Friday morning on Main Street Park City, UT.

Typical Sundance.

Detail of Tracey Snelling’s “Bordertown” at New Frontier on Main.

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